This simple design is closing in on the most minimal switch possible. I love the proportions and the crisp lines.
This design was featured on Wednesday 10th of April 2013. It's designed by Willy Simonsson, and falls under the category of Element.
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I really like the way this design takes a strong concept and doesn't overcomplicate it.
This design was featured on Wednesday 10th of April 2013. It's designed by Petrov, and falls under the category of Logo.
A minimal business card design that uses subtle colours effectively to create a distinctive and coherent card.
A simple design for a flat music player widget that uses colour to make an impact.
This design was featured on Tuesday 9th of April 2013. It's designed by Matthew Vault, and falls under the category of Element.
Today’s tutorial will teach you how to photo manipulate an eerie sea cave, along with grim reaper boatman. You’ll learn various blending techniques, whereby you can blend multiple photos seamlessly. You’ll also learn how to create an effective depth of field as well as some cool looking light effects.
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formed in the shape of a cloud, the tape dispenser help users stay connected to nature within the city or in an office environment.
Logos play a vital role when it comes to branding. Effective branding means attraction and retention of customers as well as maintenance of a favorable public image. However, you need a clear and objective logo to enjoy these benefits.
in revealing nature's underlying blueprints, the concept vehicle explores the company's future design strategy.
the warehouse space is converted into an office by inserting a double curved central 'street' of exposed stud framing with ply or glass infill panels.
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A few weeks ago we released two different introductory articles about HTML5 and CSS3, and I promised you we’d do some cool stuff together in the upcoming months. Well, I have been working hard on this video tutorial and I really hope you enjoy it.
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A bold portfolio site for a designer that take a different approach to navigation. Despite any minor confusion caused by the different navigational approach, I rather like the colour fading and the simplicity of each page.
A beautiful design for a business card that uses a bold mark effectively to make an impact.
This design was featured on Monday 8th of April 2013. It's designed by A.W. Storer, and falls under the category of Business Cards.
This is a great example of what you can do with icons with a little creativity. I love the character that these icons have and the sense of continuity across the whole set, despite the disparate nature of the subjects.
an aged timber skin conceals an extremely energy efficient home, consolidated in form and among the highest-performing sustainable structures on long island.
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the act of disassembly lays bare the various shapes and textures of the flowers - highlighting the radial symmetry and individual floral components.
towers and asymmetric compositions made from suitcases and briefcases in precious leathers are conceived as separate drawers - all of which can be stacked in various configurations.
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the conceptual installation incorporates numerous solar panels that cover a series of volumes like lush vegetation - encouraging new thinking on how photovoltaics can be put to use.
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a combination of four round legs and eight holes in each seat create a aesthetically playful stackable stool.
a hunting lodge uses natural materials to render itself an extension of the natural forest landscape that acts as protagonist to the project.
built using bamboo modules, the low-cost housing project is situated in a flood-stricken region that receives extreme temperatures year-round.
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A simple but clean logo mark that just works. I like the smoke from the engines and the way the window adds to the character of the design.
This is a stunning example of a site for a design agency, I love the iconography and the use of the grid layout. It's really nice to introduce the team as the focus of the site and makes an interesting change.
A superb vertically scrolling site that uses a distinctive style to give the site character and draw you in. I particularly like the use of illustrations and superb custom typography.
Using water in an hourglass is a great concept and it's executed well here.
This design was featured on Sunday 7th of April 2013. It's designed by Aric, and falls under the category of iPhone App.
Busy traffic is one of the biggest problems of the big cities in our time. A great solution for that is certainly is a smaller vehicle. Though there are people who think that only a big car can look classy and stylish, there is a car which is smaller in its parameters than the others, but it looks awesome and it is really for those, who have taste. It is Mini Cooper. We’ve found this little miracle with great design very inspiring and decided to gather a collection of photos with this adorable car. Continue Reading →
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